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SpaceX2003 #1 Posted 19 June 2022 - 11:17 AM


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There is a very weird bug. After an update comes out and I have downloaded it and am trying to open the app, the app requires me to check the agree to license box and re-log in. After than it gets stuck forever at "loading". So what I do when it happens is uninstall the app and reinstall from Steam. Then I have to go to system preferences, go to security and privacy, go to files and folders and select World of Tanks Blitz app and click the minus button. Then I will try to open the app and it usually bounces at the bottom of the screen like forever. I would force quit and open it again 10 to 20 times and something pops up saying "World of Tanks Blitz would like to access your documents folder". I click "ok" and the app starts correctly. Sometimes if I clean cache with CleanMyMac X, it doesn't open and I have to do the system preferences and force quitting part again. This is super annoying and takes a lot of time. I am using Macbook Air 2017 with Mac OS Monterey 12.1. I have Intel dual-core i5 and 8GB of RAM. I have 1.8GHz processor. I downloaded from Steam. I have been using this computer extensively and it is wearing down, is this the reason this is happening? One more thing, today, when I opened the app, the app screen was black and doesn't function. I reinstalled the app and did the system preferences and force quitting part and it worked. Why is this happening? I have been experiencing issues like this since update 8.7. I checked my system for viruses, spyware and other malware but have found none. Could this be due to a hacker accessing my computer? 2 weeks ago I logged in to my Yandex email account and it says that someone else logged in. I knew somebody has hacked my Yandex account but why would that hacker hack my World of Tanks Blitz app or system stuff? Most hackers try to hack bank accounts but my bank accounts weren't hacked and no money was missing. I really don't know why my World of Tanks Blitz app is doing this.



Here are my system specs:

macOS Monterey version 12.1

MacBook Air (13-inch, 2017)

Processor 1.8 GHz Dual-Core Intel Core i5

Memory 8 GB 1600 MHz DDR3

Startup Disk Macintosh HD

Graphics Intel HD Graphics 6000 1536 MB

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